Saudi Power

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Rapid economic development, population growth and high level of urbanization have increased the demand for electricity in the Kingdom, as the country .....

Summary

Rapid economic development, population growth and high level of urbanization have increased the demand for electricity in the Kingdom, as the country struggles to keep pace with it. To reduce dependency on hydrocarbons and to find sustainable energy resources, the leaders of the GCC economies are looking at nonconventional energy resources. Recent announcements in Saudi Arabia on solar power projects, nuclear power projects and power generation from waste are clearly indications that the nation wishes to meet its electricity demand increasingly through renewable energy resources. Saudi Power also aspires to be a major electricity supplier in the region, which would add new revenue streams and help diversify its economic base.
 
In this report, we provide an outline of the Saudi Power sector, the current operational set-up and the trends in generation, transmission, distribution and consumption. The report also discusses the laws and regulations governing the Saudi Power sector and the investments that are being made to meet the growing demand for power.

TOC

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Saudi Arabia power consumption to grow at 6% YoY till 2020
    • Power Consumption in the region to equal BRIC average
    • Abundant natural gas expected to play a big role in the future
    • SEC enjoys monopoly in transmission and distribution sector
    • Energy Trading – Huge opportunity for power exports
    • Positive GDP growth and diversification programs to aid in power consumption
  3. Structural Setup-SEC has the lion’s share of power production at almost 71%
    • SEC (Saudi Electricity Company)
    • Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC)
    • Water & Electricity Company (WEC)
    • ACWA Power International
    • Saudi Aramco – Marafiq, Showa Shell
  4. Alternative sources of power generation given more emphasis through setting up research institutes
    • King Abdulaziz City for Science & Technology (KACST)
    • Major Projects
    • Standalone Projects
  5. Law & Regulation
    • Ministry of Water & Electricity (MOWE)
    • Electricity Services Regulatory Authority (ECRA)
    • Gulf Co-operation Council Interconnection Authority (GCCIA)
    • Electricity Law
  6. Tariffs and Rates – Price hike to counter the effect of lower income
  7. Government funding model moving towards Public-Private model
    • Nuclear and Solar power identified as viable alternatives
  8. Threats & Challenges

Tables & Charts

Tables:
2.1 Saudi Arabia Electricity Consumption and Demand – Supply Forecasts
2.2 Forecast of the Power Generation by Fuel Type in Saudi Arabia in TWh
2.3 Power Transmission Utilities in Saudi Arabia
2.4 Power Distribution Utilities in Saudi Arabia
2.5 Saudi Arabia – Statistics
2.6 GDP Growth, Inflation, Population & GDP Contributions
3.1 Power Generation Capability in Saudi Arabia by Companies
3.2 Power Plants (Generation) of SWCC
3.3 Power Transmission Projects of SWCC
3.4 Power Generation Projects of ACWA
4.1 Ongoing Saudi Arabian Power Sector-Generation Master Projects
4.2 Ongoing Power Transmission and Distribution Master Projects in Saudi Arabia
4.3 Standalone Solar Power Project of Saudi Arabia in Execution Phase
4.4 Standalone Power Generation Projects of Saudi Arabia in Construction Execution/Bid Phase
4.5 Standalone Power Transmission and Distribution Projects of Saudi Arabia in Construction Execution Phase
4.6 Standalone Power Transmission and Distribution Projects of Saudi Arabia in Construction Bid Pha
6.1 Tariff rates for electricity consumption in Saudi Arabia in Residential, Commercial, Government and  Agricultural Sectors (Halala/kWh)
7.1 IPP Projects - Successful & Future

Charts:
1.1 Saudi Arabian Power  Sector in a Snap Shot
2.1 Power Consumption in Saudi Arabia (2005-15) Million Megawatts/hr
2.2 Number of Subscribers (000’s)
2.3 Per Capita Power Consumption of Saudi Arabia v/s other GCC Economies (kWh per capita)
2.4 Kingdom Power Capacity v/s Peak Load (GW)
2.5 Energy Generation by Fuel Type
2.6 Electricity distribution Region Wise by Installed Capacity in 2015 (Length – Circular Kms)
2.7 GDP - Hydro Carbon v/s Non Hydro Carbon
4.1 Electrical Network - Saudi Arabia
5.1 GCCIA Project Map
5.2 GCCIA Power Grid Electrical Map
7.1 Total Fixed Investments in Saudi Arabia
7.2 Saudi Arabian Government Expenditure

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